EMF Radiation + 5G
Ian is ready to go anywhere, preferably in person, and also virtually. To organize a presentation for your group, an event or anything else, contact Sue at enquiries-on-5GandLTN@outlook.com or call Zangi on 1046554594 (Do mention if you have seen or met him).
“For anyone needing help with an application, whether it’s your first or 50th, we have mentors who will help.
Send an email to general.enquiries.and.
Action against Company Names and ICNIRP Declaration
Here is Ian’s original letter and instruction for sending to all your contacts
Introduction to Wolverhampton 5G Action Group
First, just to clarify, we will use the abbreviation of RFR meaning “radio frequency radiation” in all our articles. Other terms widely used commercially and scientifically are Wi-Fi / wifi; EMF or “electromagnetic frequency” (or “field” for the last word); WCR or “wireless communication radiation”. Despite the last term, it’s useful to know that even wires generate a RFR field!
To keep this page of the StandupWolverhampton website clear, we will not include the EMF fields from our electrical circuits and transmission cables.
Despite our name we oppose all anthropogenic (human-made) RFR. We will not all be safe* until it is all gone. However we recognise that will not happen overnight for both political, scientific and engineering reasons. 5G is just the latest in a long line of RFR that has been building over the years with each new Generation through 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G and whatever is being played with in military, scientific and business circles; 6G etc. The term commonly used for all the frequencies to which we are exposed is “ELECTROSMOG”.
*safe: please realise the difference between “safe” and “no evidence of harm” or “no significant evidence of harm”. In fact the latter phrase is a clever way of hiding the fact that there is some evidence of harm! That, or similar words like “compelling,” are used by the industry to confuse us. On this page you will get honest information.
The National Planning Policy Framework
Code of Practice for Wireless Networks (England)
About General Permitted Development
Note particularly on Page 9 “All new masts will still require the prior approval of the local planning authority”
New Conversations: Includes (p34) The Gunning Principles (Case Law) on Consultation
2018 Consultation Principles: a useful Summary document of general relevance
Guidelines for Objections
Objections Template (editable)
Mobile UK – A Paper from the industry often submitted as part of an application. Highlights in the paper are made by Ian, and you can attach it to your objections as part of your rebuttal of claims. Sometimes you will see a paper from the institute of Engineering and Technology or our Government, both of which are equally as false
ICNIRP 2020 Guideline
2020 ICNIRP Principles
ICBE Rebuttal Paper
Summary of ICNIRP Faults
Lancet Article on Planetary Electromagnetic Pollution
Ian Full Talk At Totnes
Ian at the town meeting in Shaftesbury, June 2023
Finding a planning application for the first time
Ian Jarvis at the Net Zero debate
Ian testing his bed canopy from www.emf-protection.com
Ian’s presentation to the “National Call for Safer Technology” (in USA)
Related Background Information
Ralph Ellis – Climate Emergency Myths
Effects of Unregulated Digitalization on Health and Democracy
Two interviews with Ian:
Anthony Day is a climate activist and runs Sustainable Futures a website with interviews and a weekly review. Ian has known him for sometime and bravely he asked Ian for an interview around the topic of "Taking Stock". Where are we now and what can we learn. He was...
Our own Ian was interviewed by Dr Tess Lawrie for her "Tess Talks" series. It is still highly relevent and will give you much insight.m Ian says that about three-quarters through he should have said "Dopamine" and not "Seratonin". Watch now: Tess Talks with 5G...
Please get in touch if you have any questions about 5G or anything related to Wifi, including planning applications for monopole masts and other telecomms structures.
Email address: enquiries-on-5GandLTN@outlook.com – Please note how you found us !
- general and specific questions
- LED street-lights
- If you think your health has been affected since a mast went up near you
- Planning applications (on the wifi page there is a guide on writing objections.)
We do like to know of new planning applications and would rather have them reported several times than not at all.
The email will reach Ian, and someone from our 5G Action Group will get back to you. We do ask that you first read the articles on the Wifi page on this site as something there may answer your question.
We are all volunteers in the group and think this is such an important issue that we give up our time. No-one can opt out of being bathed in this wifi radiation, we think that is not democratic.
Donations are always welcome and will be used wisely.”